Central Boulders Guide

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 7

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Table of contents

1. Central Boulders 6 routes in Area



All Bouldering


These problems are on various boulders in the middle of the Dairy. They are described starting from the Milkmaid Boulder.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Sirloin

Walk left from the Milkmaid Boulder, this is the first arete you pass. Very easy.

FA: Paul Martin, 2000

V0- Boulder
2 Drover

After passing Sirloin you will find a boulder with a distinctive horizontal rail. Traverse this from R to L and then top out.

FA: Kurt Saggers, 2000

V0 Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
3 Rawhide

On the boulder above Drover. Sit-start using the boulder underneath for feet and do a few crimpy moves to top out.

V2 Boulder
4 Moo!

The R-hand arete of the Rawhide boulder.

FA: Paul Martin, 2000

V0 Boulder
5 Split Hooves

Walk to the R of Rawhide to find 2 boulders. The crack on the lower boulder.

FA: Paul Martin, 2000

V2 Boulder
6 Clover

Walk to the R of Rawhide to find 2 boulders. The crack on the upper boulder.

FA: Paul Martin, 2000

V2 Boulder

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Pop
V0- Sirloin Boulder
V0 Drover Boulder
Moo! Boulder
V2 Clover Boulder
Rawhide Boulder
Split Hooves Boulder
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